The lepton mass ratios are calculated using a geometric unified theory, taking the leptons as the only three possible families of topological excitations of the electron or the neutrino. The theoretical results give 107.5916 Mev for the muon mass and 1770.3 Mev for the tau mass using the mass ratios. Using the additional geometric interaction energy in a muon-neutrino system, the main leptonic mass contribution to the pion and kaon mass is calculated to be, respectively, 140.88 Mev and 494.76 Mev. The necessary first order corrections, due to the interaction of the excitations, should be of the order of the discrepancies with experimental values. The three geometric families of leptonic excitations may be related to a quark structure.